I received an email yesterday about updates from Microsft Services on May 1st. I went to it and wanted to update the ad selection, but it wouldn`t enter me with my passowrd, so took me through all the security information etc. which was strange…. Esp, when they asked for my postcode! I am concerned that this is a fraud! Someone? What`s funny is that I haven`t installed any MS “services” on my Mac. But I have a “product.” Except that it is a piece of software to soon reach EOL (read more, in an instant). And while I have Windows 7 in my PC, it`s now an outdated system as far as MS is concerned. I don`t subscribe to the agreement proposed by MS to extend the lifespan and I don`t even fix it with 0day support micropatches. I isolated it from the Internet and for communication between it and the rest of the world, I use the Linux operating system now on pc co-installed with Win 7. I use Win 7 to run older application software and occasionally older files that I still have to work with. However, you should never click on a link in an email. Enter the site address directly into a browser and log in from it. Microsoft sends these emails once or twice a year.
If you clicked on the email link and entered your UNH login information or opened the document, call UNH`s IT department at 603-862-4242 for immediate help. Why do I have this? Office 2016 expires on October 13. I`m still in the running to find out if I`m going to install the 2019 version, with MS urging me to do so (but also to reassure myself that I`m not going to grab my Mac to disable my “Office 2016” apps if I don`t). It has already been said that the next version of Office after “2019” will only be available in “365.” But it is neither here nor now (and who knows where things will be, in years, in these remarkably uncertain times?) So, the secret. I received a Scam email about a week ago via Microsoft UNH IT received reports of a phishing email about UNH users looking to get UNH registration information via a fake 365 office registration page. This email is legitimate and you don`t need to read the whole thing.. One link that leads to the other, I found myself on this page for Office 2019 Home and Business, which contains the following text: I have MS Office 16 on Mac, but this one is installed in the computer and in everything that matters is mine, as in “I own it”, not as in “I graciously made it available to mortals like me from MS”. So I have “Office,” but as nothing I don`t have access to “365.” The completely modified agreement, which is related to the beginning of the MS article, itself bound at the top of me, generally does not list “Office” among “services,” but only “Office 365” and “Office 365” according to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. The subject of the email is “Microsoft Services Agreement 2018.” “You will receive this email because we are updating the Microsoft Services agreement that applies to one or more Microsoft products or services you use.
We present these updates to clarify our terms and conditions and ensure they remain transparent to you, as well as to cover new Microsoft products, services and features. I received an email for an update on Microsoft Service Agreement and I`m not sure if it`s a fraud or not. Can someone help you? www.microsoft.com/en-ca/servicesagreement/upcoming.aspx But they are sure to offer you an ultimatum in a very nice way.